No Guts No Glory enjoying the snow

What’s Occurring
Nose of model aeroplane as it glided past in a flypast.

On Sunday morning I walked Buster (our dog) over some local fields. And I noticed the snow was sitting across the links of the chain link fence because there was no wind.

It was still light when I finished the work I wanted to complete, so I decided to take my camera on Buster’s afternoon walk.

I thought I’d look for a few details such as the grasses and chain link fence for picture libraries.

Surprisingly there was a man flying a model aeroplane.

Most people enjoying the weather had gone to the heath with their sledges. Their screams of laughter could be heard in the distance.

I walked over to the man flying the aeroplane. It had an electric motor but could also glide very well. He’d taken the wheels off and replaced them with skies. His aeroplane was called No Guts No Glory, which you may be able to see in the image above. He kindly brought the aeroplane across for two flypasts so I could photograph it.

Man flying model aeroplane in the snow.

Man flying model aeroplane in the snow.

Fine art photograph of grasses sticking out of the snow. I boosted the purple tinting to reflect the actual colour of the light in the late afternoon.

Fine art photograph of grasses sticking out of the snow. I boosted the purple tinting to reflect the actual colour of the light in the late afternoon.

Snow sitting within the links of the chainlink fence.

Snow sitting within the links of the chain link fence. This is the image that caught my attention in the morning as I thought it may be a good picture library image.

Original image of man flying plane before applying Photoshop and Nik software magic to create a more dramatic image.

Original image of man flying plane before applying Photoshop and Nik software magic to create a more dramatic image.

About the author: Director, Photographer & Artist of PatB Photography. Award winning photographer and member of SWPP & SIFGP. Featured in cosmopolitan.co.uk, Photo Pro, Alt Fashion. Clients include; BT, Samurai Sports, ItalClean, KeyAgent & AutoTrader.

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